Meg Meets the Definitive Rankings of Hotel Amenities

A common theme in my blog lately has been travel, mostly because I have been traveling a lot in the past month. I’ve been to Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. April has been a whirlwind, and I am finally home. Because I have been traveling a lot I feel like…

Meg Meets the Beauty of Airports

I have been traveling a lot for business; in fact, by the end of this week I will have been in 10 states in the month of April. For someone who rarely left the state of Ohio in the past four years, this is a lot to get used to… But I love it. I…

Meg Meets Pictures of March

March was a crazy month. I was travelling for half the month, and when I wasn’t travelling my body decided that it was a good time to get sick. We are only a quarter of the way into 2014 and I am positive I have spent a majority of that time fighting off bronchitis, a…

Meg Meets Letting Go Of Control, Part Two

Earlier this week, I jetted from LA to San Francisco for Part 2 of my “traveling without a care in the world” trip.  I landed in San Francisco on Thursday morning and took the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) into the city to meet my friend, Shannon, at work. We grabbed a quick Starbucks and…

Meg Meets Letting Go Of Control, Part One

I recently took a few vacation days, which if you know me is actually quite rare. Throughout college, I worked or intern throughout all of/most of my breaks (I still went home for Christmas), I have even been known to work on NYE; so, it is very uncharacteristically of me to take a few days…

Meg Meets the Three Month Mark

I don’t know when I’m going to stop counting the months of my time with Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics (PPL) (I feel like I am a high-schooler in their first relationship, celebrating every minor anniversary), but today is not that day. This past week, I celebrated (internally) my three-month anniversary with PPL. In the past three…

Meg Meets Boredom

I really want my “life” blogs to be fun because I feel like I am a semi-fun person, but when I was trying to come up with ideas… I realized I’m really boring. Working has made me boring. I have fallen into a sad routine. I wake up every morning at 6 am, I’m out…

Meg Meets the Year After

2014 officially marks the first year that I haven’t been in school or Montessori since I was three. And, unless I plan to go back for a Master’s degree (which I will not be doing in the near future), it doesn’t look like I will be going back to school anytime soon… It’s hard adjusting to this…

Squash it out!

I have taken it upon myself to watch my mother cook more and to try and get involved in the process because I need to learn, thus I will be attempting to do a weekly cooking post. Living at home has its perks, because if I lived on my own I would definitely not be…

Meg Meets 9-Year Old Me

When I was in fourth-grade we had a “Fourth Grade Olympics,” which included things like hula-hooping, cursive writing, wheelbarrow races and a spelling bee. At the time, I thought my best bet for a gold medal would be in the spelling competition. I had done decently throughout our spelling tests that year, and thus thought I had prepared…